Public Welcome to Attend Archaeological Digs in North Dakota This Summer
The North Dakota Geological Survey's Paleontology Department will be hosting five digs this summer and the public is invited to attend.
The five digs, according to The Washington Times, will be held in Bismarck, Pembina Gorge, Marmarth, Whiskey Creek, and Medora.
Over the years, those involved in fossil digs in North Dakota have found everything from crocodiles to fish to dinosaurs. It's really all dependent on where the dig is held.
Displays of the fossils collected during these public digs are on display throughout the state, including inside the North Dakota Heritage Center on the state capitol grounds.
The dig in the Bismarck area is set to be held June 22nd through 26th. You can get more information on that dig, as well as the others, at the North Dakota Geological Survey's official website HERE.